Still, research studies, veterinarians, and equine nutritionists constantly recommend slow feeding for the management of everything from equine Cushing’s disease to equine metab
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Skip the metal grates! They caused tooth damage for two of my horses.
I’ve been using a HayHut for nearly 4 years with great success. Initially, I tried to use a net with it to limit waste and slow the boys down but found it to be too hard to clean up when I needed to refill with another round bale. January 2019 the HayHut company came out with a Net Kit that installs inside the Hut, and it is a time, money, & HAY saver!